Clay Buchholz pitched 6.1 solid innings to help the Red Sox make it two in a row over Toronto with a 4-3 win Saturday night.Buchholz only allowed 2 runs on 4 hits while striking out 5 and walking just 2 in an effort that improved his record to 7-8. This is the third straight quality start for Buchholz who has posted a 1.90 ERA in those starts which has totaled 23.2 innings of work. Additionally, four of the five earned runs he has allowed in his last 3 starts were inherited runs allowed by relievers.

The Sox offense didn’t set the world on fire but they scored a run in each of the first 4 innings. A Christian Vazquez rbi double in the 4th inning proved to be the game winner.

Boston will go for the sweep today with Rubby De La Rosa on the mound.

Check out Manager John Farrell’s comments after the game.